BTWednesday: Diesel Gelling-A Cold Weather Issue Arkansans & Oklahomans Have Probably Never Had to Consider

Diesels will start to gel in temperatures this low! In severe cold, even the best winter blend diesel fuel can reach its cloud point (the measure of diesel’s low-temperature operability) and begin to gel up. Due to so many differences in fuel quality existing across North America and the fact that each vehicle’s exposure to cold weather will be different, there is no definitive temperature at which diesel begins to gel. However, most fuels reach their cloud point between 20 degrees F and -18 degrees F. … Read More BTWednesday: Diesel Gelling-A Cold Weather Issue Arkansans & Oklahomans Have Probably Never Had to Consider